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Oh shit, keep this one on the hush. Unmixed, and unmastered this was supposed to drop back in July. But, the person who was doing that work didn’t wind up coming through. I was gonna scrap all this stuff and chalk it up to the game, but then I realized how foolish that would be, and a bit of encouragement from MyWhiteBoyPain was all it took. Forgot I rap in Spanish at the end of one of these. haha! Some of this stuff will turn up in a more carefully-executed state later on, but most of these songs kinda met their end with this record’s mishandling. Whatevs. I hope you enjoy Anotha Kinda Southern. And tell a friend, but don’t tell em too loud.

Here’s the fast rap track Werepie (as in werewolf pie):


In Case I Get Popped is a series of releases I’ll be doing in coming times. The idea came about after recent federal raids in California left me jobless, and more than slightly shaky. While I don’t anticipate getting popped any time soon, It offered an interesting way to present some music. ICIGP is going to be the instrumentals for forthcoming albums before the albums are released. The instrumentals are always the first thing that’s done. If I get popped before i have time to record, mix, master, and release everything at least the beats made it out.

Get ICIGP Vol.1 here. For free of course.

OK! This one was super duper lowkey. Even for me. I like making very straightforward videos that showcase the rapping, and not a copmlex plot, fancy effects, or expensive things that aren’t rapping or music. The magic is in the fact that we as artists are able to create such wonderful manipulations of time and space, and create engaging experiences by refining a craft. So then, why go and take the focus off the magic and put it on the artifice of the film that presents it? Teal Peace. We out here.

This is a pretty special song for me. As I’ve said before, the stuff I make is rarely topical. It’s usually just rapperly, and thus is simulataneously about everything and nothing at once. And while this song definitely still does the “everything and nothing” its basically just about rapping and skateboarding. More speficically, it’s about me dedicating my life to rapping and skateboarding and weed. More specifically, it’s about the extreme disdain I feel towards rappers who treat skateboarding as a market to capitalize on. Go fuck yourselves. This shit aint for your posin ass.

On twitter a few days ago @SteadyBloggin mentioned that I should make a Lookin Ass Rapper video. I’m not sure why I didn’t think of this sooner.